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Podiatrists assess, diagnose, offer advice and treat a wide range of foot problems - what used to be referred to as 'chiropody'.

Podiatrists are important in the care of people with diabetes and/or those with poor circulation and sensation in their feet. Podiatrists treat foot ulcers and all other foot problems, advise on foot health and supply pressure relieving insoles as required. Due to the serious nature of foot problems, every effort is made to see patients as quickly as possible.

The podiatry service at Oxford University Hospitals is run in collaboration with Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.

A small number of specialist podiatrists work within consultant-led teams in diabetes, vascular disease and dermatology.

For more about podiatry services in Oxfordshire, visit:

Oxfordshire NHS Podiatry

Find us and contact us

Podiatry Department Head Office and Community Services
St Barnabas Clinic
Albert Street
Oxford OX2 6AY

Tel: 01865 902016

Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism (OCDEM)
Churchill Hospital
Tel: 01865 857344 (for existing patients only)